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Police State Surveillance Grid in Sacramento – Is Your City Next?

Saturday, May 19, 2018 19:12
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 Police State Surveillance Grid in Sacramento – Is Your City Next?

Drones Over Sacramento. It is likely that you could be looking out your bedroom window and there is a government drone staring right back at you.

Admittedly, this is tin-foil hat conspiracy theory. No branch or level of government would ever launch drones as part of a police state enforcement grid, would they? Nobody would believe this story. However, this is exactly what is happening in Sacramento, CA.  How many other cities are going to be impacted?

You want documentation?

From CBS 13 in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Neighbors say they’re furious over a drone that’s flying over the neighborhood, and we’ve found out it’s tied to a government agency not many people have even heard of.

The mysterious drone has been spotted during late-night hours, hovering over residential neighborhoods and looking down on homes.

ALSO:Police Adding Drone To Crime-Fighting Roster In Lodi

John Mattox first spotted the mysterious drone about a month ago.

“The drone would fly over here, come over my neighbor’s house, fly over our house right here,” he said. “You come home from work, it would be operating, go to bed it was still operating, and this would repeat day after day.”

His neighbors in Sacramento’s upper Land Park neighborhood wondered what it was doing.

“It just doesn’t feel good,” said Ben Allen. “It hovers around. You don’t know what they’re looking at and monitoring.”

Neighbors say they’ve heard the drone flying in the early morning hours, well before sunrise.

This week, they learned it’s being flown by the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA). It manages two nearby housing communities, Alder Grove and Marina Vista. Those complexes have seen serious crimes, including a fatal shooting in January and a triple homicide in 2016.


“We initiated the drone program in order to enhance the safety and security of our residents,” said LaTanna Jones, SHRA’s assistant director.

Here is the rest of this story….Welcome to 1984! By any stretch of the imagination, ths is soft martial law. This reminds me of the TV show, Colony.

Years ago, the mayor of Deer Trail, Colorado, was paying $100 for shooting down drones in their community.  Is it hunting season yet?


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